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Terrorist israeli army gives ammunition, money to terrorists in Golan Heights

The Israeli ministry of military affairs admitted on Monday that the Tel Aviv regime as part of the so-called Operation Good Neighbor, which was launched in 2016, had been regularly supplying militants in Syria with light weapons in order to fight Syrian government troops, and a substantial amount of cash to buy additional arms.

Moreover, the Israeli military provided over 1,524 tons of food, 250 tons of clothes, 947,520 liters of fuel, 21 generators plus 24,900 palettes of medical equipment and medicine through the operation.

The Israeli regime is reportedly arming at least seven different terror groups in Syria’s Golan Heights, including the Fursan al-Joulan militant outfit. The group, which is aligned to the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) terrorist network has been given an estimated $5,000 per month by Israel.

On August 23, Syrian government forces have found a field hospital used by members of the Jabhat Fateh al-Sham Takfiri terrorist group, formerly known as al-Nusra Front, filled with Israeli-made medical equipment in the country’s strategic southwestern province of Quneitra.

Syria’s official news agency SANA reported that Syrian troopers made the discovery in the village of al-Rafid as they were carrying out clean-up operations in the area.

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